- Product Code: Pachira Macrocarpa
|5- 7 working days|
|Height x Width|
|(H)160-165 cm x (W)50-60 cm|
|(H)175-180 cm X (W) 60-70 cm|
- Availability: 18
Pachira Macrocarpa also known as Guiana Chestnut, Pachira aquatica, Money Tree, is an indoor floor plant which can absorb formaldehyde and ammonia.
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• Avoid excessive sunlight
• Indoor lighting
• Close to window
When to Water
Around once every 10 - 12 days, depending on the weather and soil moisture.
Remove some of the pine bark on the soil and stick your finger 2-3cm deep into the soil. If the soil is dry, it is time to water.
How to Water
When you water, you can use 800ml as a testing point for floor plants and 250ml for table plants, evenly pour over the soil (not necessarily to remove the pine bark).
Check the saucer and see if there is any water in it. If yes, water less next time. Gradually, you will learn more about your plants’ demand on water in that environment.
Don’t forget to remove the excessive water in the saucer with a towel, to avoid mosquitoes breeding. (Take a look at insect repellents)
- Cut withered leaves
- Monthly (Take a look at plant foods)
- Plants are living things. Please accept and appreciate the variation in color and shape.
- Plant products take 1 - 2 months to adapt to a new environment, yellowing leaf may happen at the first month.